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NRA Gun of the Week: Savage Model 110 Storm

When gun designer Nicholas Brewer designed the Savage Model 110 in 1958, he likely had no idea how relevant it would remain some 60 years later. The 110 is very much alive and well today, despite slight changes that evolved from technology, materials and market trends. The Model 110 Storm is a long-action, all-weather rifle chambered in the venerable .30-’06 Sprg., boasting the newest revelation from Savage: AccuFit, a synthetic stock design that allows shooters to customize both the rifle’s length of pull and comb height quickly and easily while in the field with only a Phillips-head screwdriver. A detachable-box magazine is also incorporated. Learn more about it in the video embedded above, hosted by American Rifleman's Kelly Young.

Technical Specifications
Action Type: bolt-action, center-fire repeating rifle
Receiver: 416 stainless steel
Stock: AccuFit; synthetic
Magazine: four-round detachable box
Barrel: 416 stainless steel, button-rifled
Trigger: single-stage, adjustable AccuTrigger; 3-lb., 8-oz. pull
Sights: none; drilled and tapped for optic mounts
Weight: 7 lbs., 2 ozs.
MSRP: $849; savagearms.com

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